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You mentioned to me that you like chocolate. Do you have any favorites?

Stephen Ind
the ghiradelli dark chocolate/sea salt caramel squares (that come in a shiny blue bag)
i can’t buy them too often bc i have little self control... i’ll have a square for “breakfast dessert,” then a pre-lunch snack, then “lunch dessert,” then i just eat the rest for dinner lol
jk (kinda)

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I only remember ever listening to one of their songs and it was the domestic violence one.😂

King Fink
fun. lowkey went off
some nights went off
carry on is really pretty too if i remember correctly

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+1 answer in: “Right now I'm listening to Neon Trees-Everybody Talks. I haven't heard this song or band in years. I used to listen to them a lot as a young teen. What's a band or song you used to listen to a lot but haven't heard in a long time?”

"Bad" here means different things depending on the context. But here it mostly means "pissed off". For example, "stop getting bad just because I ate your sandwich" means stop being pissed bc I ate you sandwich.😂 But we never say "being bad" it's only "getting bad".

King Fink
that’s so interesting! good to know!
is bad is getting more universal in terms of meaning hot? (bad bitch, baddies, etc.)
are most of my other examples american? i’m honestly not sure.

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+1 answer in: “In Ireland the word "dope" is an insult but in the US it's more of a compliment. The word "savage" here has meant "amazing" for decades but in the US it means "fierce". The word "fierce" here means "very". What's a word that means something where you live and something entirely different elsewhere?”

Gillette and Chick-fil-A have been known to take stances on very controversial political topics like the LGBTQ+ community, #MeToo movement etc. This doesn't seem rare these days but what's your opinion on companies doing this REGARDLESS of what their stance is and whether or not you agree with them?

King Fink
ummm i think corporate opinions should be taken w a grain of salt bc capitalism is evil but we live in such a politically charged world that i can’t imagine corporations entirely not commenting
honestly that would seem weird to me i wouldn’t love that

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In Ireland the word "dope" is an insult but in the US it's more of a compliment. The word "savage" here has meant "amazing" for decades but in the US it means "fierce". The word "fierce" here means "very". What's a word that means something where you live and something entirely different elsewhere?

King Fink
this is tricky, there’s so many i think are american!
“rubbers” is a euphemism for condoms
jiggy means cool &!gettin jiggy is slang for.... sex
bad means hot. “was she bad?” is asking if she’s fine. is that universal??? idek.
also i think of giving neck/giving brain as being very american, but i’m not sure

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